It's the fourth year Speed! Nebraska has hosted a soapbox derby race, and label chief Gary Dean Davis is no doubt hoping to win the title back from Domestica's Jon Taylor this Saturday.
Eric Nyffeler and his bands Masses and Bus Gas are "antagonistic weirdos," he says. Be careful, though. You might just like their sound at this weekend's Maha/HN showcases.
Benson's first, First Friday enjoyed 18 openings, three window displays, eight different street performances, three after-dark street projections and three late-night performances. Dig in.
Plack Blague wore pants, joked with a puppet and danced his heart out with the children and their parents on "Chic-A-Go-Go."
Mark Sultan plays with his heart, not his head: "If this bothers you or makes you question your 'manliness,'" he says, "stay home or seek counseling."
Tonight, The Drowning Men bring songs that must hardly fit in the tour van to The Sydney. Lightning Bug will open the free show.
Dirty Beaches frontman Alex Zhang Hungtai talks about his dissonant past and scoring a film about an indoor waterpark.
The filmmakers behind the urban farming documentary Growing Cities throw a fundraising party featuring local bands and musicians.
One day after announcing to reunite for Maha, Desaparecidos play their first set since 2010 at Slowdown after Pub Quiz.
Just two stops from Nebraska, Conduits reflect upon their first tour and already miss Cursive's Tiger Balm and pineapple sacrifices.